It was a perfect day for the 2019 Sylvanvale Pre WWII Car Show on Sunday at the Cronulla Plaza and Peryman Square.
Now in its fifth year, the car show was all geared up for its biggest and greatest year yet and it didn't disappoint with a spectacular display of more than 70 vintage cars, including some very rare models making their debut .
These included the 1929 AA Ford Truck and the 1915 Monroe, which is an extremely rare car to be found in Australia.
The day also included a BBQ, great stalls, face painting, a raffle and chocolate wheel and a Sky Zone Kids' Adventure Area for the kids on school holidays.
Sylvanvale's Cajon drumming group also performed for the big crowds and all funds raised at the event went towards children and young adults with disability.